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The Coast

Sunday night Sand Bass & Calico’s trips have been wide open. Book your private Long Beach and Marina Del Ray Break Walls. We have been using the Texas rig and fishing tight to the rocks and kelp. Also very important for the Sand Bass worm rattles inserted into your baits. Try moving them slow on the bottom first, then swim it along the flowing kelp. The 10 inch black Berkley power worms work the best and if all fails take [...]

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Lake Piru

Lake Piru is located in Ventura County, California, in the Los Padres National Forest next to the Sespe Condor Sanctuary. From our foothill lake, you are less than an hour away from the uncrowded beaches of Ventura or Hollywood and Universal Studios, and only minutes away from shopping centers, theatres and fine restaurants. We offer visitors excellent boating, trout and bass fishing, camping, water skiing, swimming and hiking. The day-use picnic area with individual and group sites includes covered eating [...]

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Lake Casitas

Lake Casitas is one of the premier fishing lakes in the region and is known for its “world class” bass fishing. Four of the 10 largest bass have been caught at Lake Casitas. In addition to largemouth bass, the lake is filled with rainbow trout, crappie, red-ear sunfish, bluegill and channel catfish. Record fish in all categories have been caught throughout the years. Night fishing until 11 pm from the shorelines is held on selected weekends when the moon [...]

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Apollo Lake

Exit Highway 14 at Avenue G. Go west on Avenue G for 3 miles (if you stay in the left lane you will hear a musical road- don’t go out of your way to hear this but if you’re driving it anyway you may as well) and then turn right on William J. Barnes Ave. It will take you past an airfield. After a mile you’ll be in the parking lot for Apollo Lake. Parking is free. Apollo Lake is [...]

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Pyramid Lake Recreation Area

Pyramid Lake is located next to Interstate 5 (take Smokey Bear exit), 20 miles north of Magic Mountain Amusement Park in Valencia, CA. It offers boating, fishing, jet skiing and picnicking. For additional information call (661) 295-7155. This lake offers picnic areas (including 5 unique sites that are accessible only by boat), courtesy docks and a ramp leading from Parking Lot A to an accessible fishing site. Note on Lake Capacity Each day, the LA County Sheriff’s office sets a maximum number [...]

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Diamond Valley Lake

First and foremost, Diamond Valley Lake is a lifeline for Southern California in times of drought. The lake holds enough water to meet the area’s emergency and drought needs for six months and is an important component in Metropolitan’s plan to provide a reliable supply of water to the 18 million people in Southern California who count on us. Diamond Valley Lake is embarking on a substantial trail system that will allow visitors to hike and ride through the hill [...]

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Corona Lake & Santa Ana River Lakes

If judged, by the pounds of fish stocked to the Lakes water volume, they may be the heaviest stocked Lakes period. This abundant concentration of fish, almost guarantees a memorable and successful fishing trip. Due to the Lakes popularity and heavy fishing pressure, we stock the Lakes at least twice weekly, some times even more. During special promotions, tons and tons of fish are stocked to ensure that limits are the rule of the day. Corona Lake & Santa Ana River Lakes [...]

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Castaic Lake

Castaic Lake Recreation Area | 32132 Castaic Lake Dr. Castaic, CA 91384 | phone 661.257.4050 Winter Lake Fees Effective October 1 – April 30 Summer Lake Fees Effective May 1 – September 30 The Swim Beach is Closed until next Summer Water Level Update: The lake will be at its lowest in the next few days. They will begin refilling soon after the first of the year and are expecting to be back to capacity by April 15th. Coming Events: Feb-Mar 2007 U.S. Anglerschoice – Team Bass Tournament – [...]

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